That time has come my friends to say Adios and farewell as this goes to post I’ll be on the train heading to the international airport!
Chances are I am fretting about stuff that is too ridiculous to fret about but always happens before I head off on holiday.
Feel free however to follow my steps on Instagram, only give me a few days head start.
Right now it’s safe to say there is nothing on it but I will attempt to fill it with tons of photos in USA and Canada.
Here’s to not being deported!
To the Itinerary:
30 October: Sydney>Auckland>Houston
Flying with Air NZ means I got to be leaving via my homeland, Sydney to Auckland an added 3 hours of flight time that I didn’t really want but the price was too good not to do this.
A few hours standby then I’ll be on my way to Houston, Texas. This wasn’t the original plan I was originally booked to fly to LAX then NYC but my flights got changed and I agreed to stay a night in Houston.
Too bad I only get a night. I would love to explore this city more. At least I should hopefully get a good nights rest before hightailing it to NYC.
30-31 October: Houston>NYC
Since I’ll be flying a day backwards technically it will be 01 November here in Sydney.
I’ll have landed and spent a night in Houston then onwards to the Fantabulous NYC!
31 October -04 November: >NYC
I have planned such excursions:
Riding a bike in Central Park
Booked a ticket to see a show on broadway
Trotted along the City Highline
Visited the Museum of Natural History
Eaten a NYC bagel
Visited the 9/11 Memorial.
Everything else is up for negotiation, there’s so much I want to do but so little time!
04-06 November: >Washington DC
Hopefully I’ll have successfully navigated my way to Washington via AMTRAK.
I plan to view the Whitehouse from a reasonable distance, visit the Statue of Lincoln and maybe check out a few other monuments.
06-09 November: >Toronto – Canada
If I’m thisclose to Canada I don’t want to be saying I was almost there.
I plan to catch a train to Niagara Falls and view them Canadian side (the best side to view apparently)
Then back to Toronto to honestly do what? I have no idea at this stage. But it’s a big city I’m sure I can find something.
09-11 November: >Ottawa
A five hour train ride from Toronto and it’s to the capital.
I plan to do a lot more sightseeing and might be found munching my way through some delectable croissants.
11-13 November: >Montreal
Bon-jour. I had my reservations about coming here but I have read a few blogs commending their Macaroons and pastries.
When in Montreal the plan is to eat well!
13-15 November: >NYC
Leaving and coming back means having to clear immigration twice.
Why I put myself up for this torture I do not know?
I plan on hitting a few things I might’ve missed.
15-17 November: NYC>Houston>Auckland>Sydney